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with just four days to the deadline, still, no deal. we'll hear from the president on where things stands. a firefighter is hurt fighting a one-alarm fire. we have the latest from the fire investigator in oakland. what sheriff's deputies are doing right now to say good-bye to jim mathison. >> ed a new fight over medical marijuana.
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come. i'm dave clark. >> i'm claudine wong. just within the last hour, the white house announced that the president will give an announcement at 7:20. we have more about this latest setback for house speaker john boehner's debt plan. oosh oar there was a lot of unsort as republicans were short on votes. they today they're meeting at this hour just down stairs house republicans gathering for a closed door meeting. senate democrats down stairs in their on meeting. everybody trying to figure out what the way forward is before that tuesday deadline on the
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debt limit. we'll have a statement in 20 minutes. a lot of people on the republican side probably not too interested in what he has to say as the finger pointing rolls on. i'd like to say there would be some kind of resolution but at this point in time looks like another late night and long weekend in the house and senate and at the white house as well. >> thank you. >> of course, stay with us for continuing coverage. also, book mark we are posting the latest developments out of washington under the debt crisis tab. new for you this morning, an investigation is underway into a warehouse fire in oakland. this started just about two hours ago near the border and
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emoryville. jade hernandez getting information. >> reporter: the fire started. on the front it reads california electric company. we want to take you inside. the fire seems to have started in or near a compress ser in a boiler room. pg&e will investigate. it looks as if this fire was an accidental one. there was an injury report. the battalion chief said a firefighter was hurt. he appeared to have cut his hand on a window. this fire broke out two hours ago. we're on the oakland emoryville border. this one-alarm fire fire brought out an emoryville ladder truck. >> it's a relatively small area of fire but sort of in that back corner, which is why it took
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longer. now we're in the process of determining whether that fire was accidental or intentional. >> reporter: firefighters were still on the scene and they are forwarding up the building right now. want to bring you back out live. they're boarding up that front door. the battalion chief said it was hard to gain access because it was very secure. inside there's a lot of storage equipment, electric equipment. it doesn't appear that it as an active building, just a lot of storage. no one else was hurt besides the firefighter. oakland less opened up add de line in 45 minutes. this is oakland, add da line. jade hernandez. a roseville woman descreebed by her neighbor -- described by her neighbors as strange is
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behind bars on terrorist charges. they say she made references to 9/11 and said she supported osama bin laden. one of her neighbors who did not want to be identified said she would often talk to herself as well. >> four to six weeks ago she was in her front yard at night yelling they got what they deserved on 9/11. >> there are reports show would drive around in circles around her hues and her condition appeared to be deteriorating. she was arraigned in philadelphia. state and federal authorities are going door to door in one small new hampshire town looking for a missing 11-year-old girmt susanna cass was last seen in her town of steward town. friends and family said she would have never run away and
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there's no sign of struggle inside the home. hundreds are helping with the search. as each day goes by, it's a very scary thought that she's not going to come home. all we want is to see her again. the girl was reported missing on tuesday morning, but an amber alert was not issued. new hampshire amber alerts are reserved for cases where it is obvious. under a plan users can only belong to one dispensaries and police departments would have the authority to determine who is legitimate. some may also get wrongly arrested. it's not clear when the proposed regulation might take effect. the future of the north bay's hotel petaluma is not
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clear this morning after the owner defaulted on a loafnlt the building is located on washington street near petaluma boulevard. it's the home of hundreds of residences and several businesses. they're told their rent and lease will not change but they are still worried. memorial services are scheduled today for the marin county sheriff killed trying to help out a family. kraig debro has more. >> reporter: the memorial is taking place at the marin a se. they are preparing to say good-bye to deputy jim mathison. this is people with the
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sheriff's office, just about 10 to 20 feet away. these are members of the honor guard. they have a black band acrosser that badge. there will be other honor guards. he also said that he's going to have further information later on. 49-year-old jim mathison was shot outside the home on liberty road in petaluma. he was off duty and unarmed. he said law enforcement have the highest chance of violence against them when dealing with domestic violence. he said no marin county deputy has been murdered since the late 1800's. mathison had gone to a home to
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help a woman. the other man was on parole for threaten another ex-goi. the service starts at 11 a.m. but the doors will open at 10 a.m. >> thank you. let's see what sal's seeing on the roads. sal, are you still following that crash in san jose. a motorcycle accident near highway 17. you can see how traffic is at a standstill. that's because the fire crews and police are blocking lanes. northbound 280 between highway 17 and the saratoga exit, traffic is backed up. two of the middle ones are blacked. you want to get on the freeway after saratoga avenue. if you get on at the lawrence expressway you would be much
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better off. traffic is not quite back up just yet. let's move along take a lock at interstate 880. traffic looks good in both directions there. is a crash at hoe way 92, a pickup and car in the right lane. this morning we're looking at contra costa county. no problems on the ven ni sha bridge. >> we have a bigger fog bank. tropical moisture. thunderstorms a possibility in the sierras and southern california. we warmed up on wednesday. the cost has been in the 60s all week long. the sea breeze is trippled. low and high clouds. it will be sunny but breezy and
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windy. low and he clouds saturday. then it's note morning -- night morning fog. next week looking slightly cooler inland, in the much change along the coast. you can see the tropical clouds working its way up along the southern sierra, southern nevada. and maybe the foothills of sacramento. for us a few high clouds. low 60s from the peninsula towards san jose. santa rosa 55. san rafael, san francisco. maybe you're heading up for the sonoma county fair. 55 to start off. 65 at noon. 7 for a high. sunny and breezy. they had gusts up 30. also a sea prez has -- breeze
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has made it up. one more system continuing, back as it may be working its way south. that will cool itself down. so we had to deal with some of the high clouds. 80s and 90s inland. the high looks like it peaked out. warm inland but not as hot as the last couple of days unless you're near clear lake, ukia. 94, clear lake. 79 novato. livermore 88. then berkeley 68. san lee an droa 7. 50s, 60s along the coast and local montfort or drizzle.
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you can always tweet me with information, 60s, 70s, 80s. rip currents in southern california caught almost 100 swimmers off guard. >> also, an argument over an umpire's call with a girl's softball game got way out of control. what the coach and the wife did and the charges they're now facing. officials are considering a one-time only deaf defig act above the false. why and when it all happens.
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plenty of low clouds.
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60s by the coast. eveny. then sunny, breezy. high low 90s far inland. overnight in afghanistan 18 civilians were killed in a roadside bomb. that includes children riding in a mini bus. it happened in the southern province. afghan police said insurgents fired at them when they investigated that explosion. violence is up 15% so far this year. the commander of libya's rebel army was assassinated in ben gallons disci. two senior officers were also killed. he defected to the rebels side. it's not clear if government troops killed him or if he was killed as part of a pour
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struggle. another day of talks are scheduled. these -- this is the north korean diplomat. they're looking for signs that north korea is willing to take irreversible steps. they will finished cutting down a marijuana farm today. authorities raided the farm in sanger, 20 miles outside of fresno. it is being called one of the largest marijuana farms in the area. so far 50 people have been arrested. the growth site is less then a mile away from an elementary school. a santa rosa man is in jail accused of sexual assaulting a 5-year-old and possessing child
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pornography. he worked has computer technician at twin hills middle school and also worked at a schern's sirm camp. a camp director said no child from the camp is a victim. the trial of plying miflt leader warren jeffs is getting off to a frenzied start. he left a courtroom after dismissing his dis-- defense team. jeffs declined to give an opening statement. he is the head of his church and is accused of raping a 12-year-old girl and impreeing nateing a 15-year-old. a wild scene at a children's game in connecticut. it happened during a girl's game if dan bury. the assistant coach, who is the father of one of the 10-year-old players punched him in the face.
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he said the wifes will got into the action. >> proceeded to curse me out, flip me off. i said, lady, you just got to low of so the kids can play. >> that's unbelievable. it's horrible what parents do. >> those parents now face charges for breach of peace. niagara falls may go back to its daredevil past. back in 1989 two canadian men survived in that barrel. now lick wolinda wants to cross on a teat rope for the first time since 19430. some are worried that stunt could end up tragically like this one in 1985. his parachute never opened up. state lawmakers approved a one-time ban and the governor
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has not yet signed the bill. more than a dozen lifeguards at a san diego beach jumped into action after more than 100 people were caught in rip currents. 26 people had to be rescued. the rest made it back to shore safely. reports on two deadly plane crashes came out this morning in poland. vearls blame government breakdowns. the reports will forced polish defense minister to resign a half hour ago. french authorities released a final report detailing the 2009 crash of an air france jet. 228 people died when the plane went down in the atlantic ocean. it blames pilot error and unreliable equipment.
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the family of singer amy winehouse thinks she died because she tried to stop drinking too fast. a british tabloid claimed the doctor told her to stop drinking gradually but relatives said she ignored it and stopped cold turkey. well, the doors are open now at a new headache clinic at stanford. doctors at stanford are offering an interdisciplinary approach top handling -- to handling migraines. instead of just neurologists, this teamworks with primary care doctors, nutritions, psychologists and even specialists on sleep. following the september 11th attacks, the faa was supposed to take a closer look at licensed pilots.
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so why are they shall ewing licenses to people who are suspected to be tied to terrorists. good morning. northbound interstate 280 very slow because of an accident just up the road. wrol' tell you what happened. ♪
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welcome back. officials at san gwen tin released the name of the man fighting for his life. paul hoa was crushed between a truck and delivery dock. he was rescued and given first aid. he's from san francisco, serving a seven-year term for drug sales and possession. a new report from the department of homeland security
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shows the federal aviation administration is still issuing pilot licenses to people suspected of having a connection to terrorists. the new report found 27 people who should not have been issued licenses. those licenses have now been canceled. the former astronaut who pleaded guilty to assaulting a romantic my val is being pushed out of her current job. the panel said lisa nowak should receive a discharge that lists other than honorable. in twef nowak -- 2007, she drove from houston to ore an doe to confront a woman. we're waiting for the president and we are watching
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that. we will give you information about a trouble some of the 280 northbound an accident involving a motorcycle. they are making progress. remember, the last team i showed you 280 it wasn't slow. it's very slow coming up to 280 right through this hear because of the backup. eventually this will stretch out to 101. you have an alternate which would be highway 85. and if you are driving in the east be a on 80 westbound, traffic looks good. it looks friday light. traffics will looking very nice on 101 and 80. let's go it steve. >> some sun breaks but a lot of fog. big fog. a lot of that has moved locally. you'll stay hot but everyone
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else well. tropical clouds could fear up thunderstorm activity along the seer remarks so any travel plans there. 50s for many, low get commit but west, southwest. that is a turbo charged sea breeze. the higher clouds will probably depart to the east because it wouldn't be favorable for those after saturday. more off towards the east and south. cooler inland for most. 95% of the viewing area. 50, 67. 0s or low 90s. the temperature is coming down. five-day does have higher clouds but mostly sunny. temperatures will be cooling down and we'll keep it there. it's a crime that the police chief is calling an outrage. police are looking for the
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gunman who killedded a good samaritan. drivers may have already noticed new additions to the eastern span of the bay bridge. we'll tell you what's supposed to happen. this morning the white house is announcing a new deal that could save you money at the pump. we'll tell you what the president is planning and when this will go into effect. it's really delicious, mom.
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the bay bridge is getting another addition. we have or on how will help in the construction of the new bridge. >> reporter: we have a great view of it. you can get a good look at those reddish orange strips. they are called catwalks. three are already in's. caltrans is supposed to install the time one in the next two weeks. you can see they are flat. they have hand rail looking things on either side. workers will have to walk on them. they're 1-foot weed mesh metal strips. they will have to install the new cable for the suspension bridge. the workers will be attached for
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safety purposes, but they will be doing their work at more than 500 feet in the air. in some spots they're at a 35-degree agole. they will be four feet above where the catwalk stands now. you can get a good idea what the suspension cables will look like. that main cable will be more than a mile long. it's very thick, two and a half feet and maid up of 17,000 small are cables. it's supposed to take about a year to complete. during that time drivers will see people stringing the cables along. the bridge is supposed to be open sometime in the next two years. reporting live on treasure island. overnight one person was
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critically injured in a shooting in west oakland at 19th and add da line -- adeline streets. 29-year-old pear rise powell was shot while serving food to the homeless. he later died. his wife was also injured. last night she showed us the bandage. lodged in her upper arm. but she said her emotional pain is far greater than physical pain. >> i want the person to be caught. i want him to be caught. i mean, help didn't deserve it. >> the couple's 3-year-old daughter was also hit by a bullet but the child is not seriously hurt. a vote is set this morning by the commission to create new
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political districts. political experts say democrats will gaint most because of the changing democratics. voters took over the job of redacting from lawmakers and gave it to a citizen commission. the new districts will be used in state elections for the next decade. we've post lad link to the new maps on our channel 2 website. a new audit says uc is spending less money per student on campuses that have more african-american and latino students. how he says campuses with greater numbers of graduate students and science students are getting more funding because those fundings cost more. the audits will calls into question a billion dollars spent
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every year by the uc's president's office categorized as miscellaneous service. a camera will go down the san bruno peepline that lou up last year. the public utilities commission ordered pg&e to remove a section of the pipe line. eight people were keeled, 37 homes destroyed last september. according to the preliminary -- ntsb report, the explosion happened along the well. the state supreme court will hear arguments on whether the sponsors of prop special 8 have legal standing to defend it in court. former governor arnold schwarzenegger and jerry brown refused to challenge a court ruling striking down the ban.
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you're going to need a mountain of cash to go to this year's burning manifest val. tickets are sold out for the first time in 25 years. all of that is creating a high stakes bidding war. one scalper is asking $10,000 for a $360 ticket. tickets on stub hub are going for at least $1200 a piece. a good samaritan in stanislaus county feeled good about returning money to its owner. he went to make a deposit himself. that's when he found a bundle of money. >> i was shocked. i wanted to give it back. >> he says he was never tempted to keep the money for himself.
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he said his parents and religion taught hem about honesty and hard work. we've been telling you all morning that president obama is set to speak. we just got word that he will be coming to the podium. let's listen. >> >> it's a plan that would force us to relive this crisis in just a few short months holding our economy captive to washington politics again. in other words, this does not solve the problem and it has no chance at becoming law. what's clear now any solution to avoid default must be bipartisan. it must have the support of both
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people, not just one faction. it has to have the support of both the house and the senate. there are multiple ways to reshoflt this prob -- resolve this problem. senator reid introduced a plan with cuts bay boasmght senator mcconnell introduced a solution. there are plenty modifications we can make to either plans to get them passed through bloaght the house and the senate and would allow me to sign them into law. today i urge democrats and republicans in the senate to find common ground on a plan they can get -- that can get support from both parties in the house, a plan i can sign by tuesday. keep in mind, this is not a situation where the two parties are miles apart. we're in rough agreement about how much spending can be cut responsibly as a first step
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toward reducing our deficit. we agree on a process where the next step is a debate on tax reform and entitlement refoamplet if we need to put in place some kind of enforcement mechanism to hold us all accountable for make the reforms, i will support that too if it's done in a smart and balanced way. there are plenty ways out of this mess but we are almost out of time. we need to reach a compromise by tuesday so our country will have the ability to pay its bills on time as we always have. bills that include monthly social securtiy checks, veteran checks and the contracts we signed with thousands of business else. ski in mind if we don't do that, if we don't come to an agreement, we could lose our country's aaa triple rating, not because we didn't have the capacity to pay our bills. we do. we don't have a aaa political
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system to match, our aaa credit rating. for those who say they oppose tax increases on anyone one, a lower credit rating would result in a higher rate on everyone in the form of mortgages, car loans, credit cards and that's inexcusable. there are a lot of crises in the world we can't always predict or avoid -- hurricanes, earthquake, tornadoes, terrorist atadges. this isn't one of those crises. the power to solve this is in our hands, and on a day when we've been remind how fragile the economy already; this is one burden we can lift ourselves. we can end this with a simple vote, a vote that democrats and republicans have been taking for decades, a vote that the leaders in congress have taken for decades. it's not a vote that allows congress to spend more money.
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raising the debt ceiling simply gives our country the ability to pay the bills that congress has already racked up. i want to emphasize that. the debt ceiling does not determine how much more money we can spend. it simply authorizes us to pay the bills we have already racked up. it gives the united states of america the ability to keep its word. now on monday night i asked the american people to make their voice heard in the debate and the response was overwhelming. so, please, to alt american people, keep it up. if you want to see a bipartisan compromise, a bill that i can sign let your congress person know. make a phone call, email, tweet. keep the pressure on washington and we scan get past this. for my part we will continue to work with democrats and republicans until we can find a
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sliewsmghts the time for putting party first is over. the time for compromise on behalf of the american people is now. i'm confident that we cran solve this problem. i'm confident that we were will solve the problem. for all the intrigue and drama that's taking place on capitol hill right now, i'm confident. as i said earlier we are now running out of time. it's time for everybody to step up and show the leadership that the american people expect. all right. you're watching mornings on 2. we'll be right back.
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a soldier who went awol is planning another attack on the military base. we have details on the and attack and how it was stopped. >> reporter: authorities are saying a deadly plot at fort hood has been avoided. naser abdo was arrested in texas on a routine traffic stop. the american soldier was taken into custody. the defense department said he had enough material to make two woman -- bombs. the soldier had been awol for nearly a month. police started looking into the matter after the gun shop owner
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became suspicious. abdo showed up asking questions about gun powder and acting strange. in his motel room, authorities found material on how to make a bomb and a pressure sugar, which can act as a detonatetor. nearly two years ago there was one of the most deadliest soldier on soldier attacks where 13 people were killed when a soldier opened fire on the base. >> thank you. back here at home a man is in critical condition after a bad fall at a santa cruz skate pancht firefighters rushed to the park yesterday afternoon. they found the skate beard at the bottom of a skate bowl. he was lifted to the hospital in san jose. the park was closed down hams emergency crews investigated. a family member has identified the two bodies found
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in santa clara as a father and son. according to the san josemark ri news. investigators believe ed dowel shot his 22-year-old son andrew at their home in los gatos. andrew was a college student who was battling cancer. a modesto mother is facing child endang jerment charges. there was a man and a 2-year-old in the front seat with nolan but didn't tell police there were children in the cargo area. police found two 13-year-olds and a 4-year-old. no one told them the kids were back there. >> aside from common sense there are a number of state laws that require peernlings more specifically kids to be properly
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restrained. that's usually the passenger compartment not the rear of the u haul truck. >> the children were not hurt. >> widespread speclation on those technology blogs about a proposed mac book pro book. rumors say it's being tested at apple's headquarters in cue per teen know. the ultrathin laptop will be introduced at the end of the year. one of the biggest companies to call oakland home is making a big donation to the oakland police department. clorox is giving $50,000 to oakland pd. the monly will be used to buy 11 lap toes for police cars. there's mayor quan joined by victoria jones of clorox.
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that will take $550,000 more. holding up during an earthquake. the study focuses on a local nuclear plant how it's going to work and why fishermen aren't happy. >> check out these exotic bugs, what they like to eat and why scientists want to drop them in the del that. ♪
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agricultural department is releasing 5,000 of these. these are plant hopper insects. they will be releasing them across the san joaquin delta. state officials say they're safe and should not cause any harm. pg&e will start an in-depth study of the seismic landscape around the diablo power plant. it involves heavy trucks using air guns to map out the seismic faults. four 65,000 trucks would lower them and sensors would record the echoes. the trucks would spend about five minutes doing that. they will love about 100 to 300 feet down the road and do it again. >> kind of like when the recycled truck comes through your neighborhood. >> some fishermen and
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environmentalists aren't happy with this. they say the sound will affect the marine species in the area. pg&e said it won't be conducted during spawning season. the maim mom nadya suleman is making claims against the doctor who emplant 12 empri yows. she said she was under a cocktail of drugs, including valium. >> okay, i'm not going to do it again. use whatever you have. again, i'm not lucid at that time. >> well, the fertility doctor who did implant miss suleman with those embryos has lost his license. the performance on a hit reatlantaal lit -- reality show
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brought him to tears. that was lady gaga who was a guest judge on so you think you can dance. the choreographer said the dance was aimed to promote more tolerance and less judgment in the world. our team now 7:53. hey, sal, what's happening on the roads. >> we have a power poll that was damaged by a crash. we've been talking about it. there's the pole that was dodged. -- damaged. a car ran into the pole. that looks like it was sheared off. this is on the central expressway near lafayette. the roads in there, as we said,
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central expressway complrks is really busy, not affected anymore. there's a little bit of a delay here. they're working on power issues because of the crash. it's not affecting traffic so much. looks like pieces of the poll on the road. let's lock at 280 northbound. clearing up we had an earlier crash that was removed. this morning's drive in walnut creek affected by crash. a tree crashes. traffic had been doing well from concord without slowing down. hello there, steve. what do you mean i'm slowing down. >> are you driving towards the creek? >> it will be cooler for most. i say that because people in
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mendocino county will say it's cooler. 15 miles an hour. low clouds clear in the morning. i shouldn't say clear. there are tropical clouds towards vacaville. sierra nevada could get some. fog, sun breezy this afternoon. temperatures inland coming down. more eat eat than the 90's. popping up southern sierra right there coming up in the high desert, palm dale. as it does, it will work its way up towards the sierras, tahoe, truckee. now it's 59.
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there's a big drop. san jose 62. santa rosa mostly cloudy. 65 at noon. 78. that's it for a high. temperature below average. gust at 30. a west wind. a little east, southeast towards san jose. it will be cooler in the santa clara valley. it will be warm to hot. another system digs down. the high built in on wednesday. temperatures rocket up except for the coast. it's starting to ease off. the wind's pick up. it will be warm but cooler. so forks sun breezy. a lot more 80s than the 90s. it's been a tall order. 70's around the bay. a few low 90s. the five-day has high clouds
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towards the south. cooler temps. the dpraisd are in and commuters may not be surprised. how bay area roads were graded. what marin coit deputies are dog to say good-bye to a deputy. an individual is expected to be held for a good samaritan gunned down on wednesday. we'll show you a couple of memorials.
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good morning. i'm claudine wong. tori campbell has the morning off. >> i'm dave clark. in the last few minutes we showed you president obama calling on democrats and republicans to reach a deal on the debt ceiling crisis. >> today i urge republicans and democrats to find common ground on a plan that can get support from both parties in the house, a plan i can sign by tuesday. >> well, the president once again encouraged the american people to call members of
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congress, pressure them to come up with an agreement. mr. obama said he would keep working through the weekend to troy to come up with a solution. >> funeral services will take place for a marin county sheriff's deputy kelled trying to help out a family friend. 1,000 people are expected to show up. >> reporter: in about two hours they will open the door to the marin veterans auditorium. members of law enforcement are propeared to come. this is video from an hour ago. it shows the honor guard preparing to present at the memorial service. all of the badges are crossed with a black band. honor guards will take part. the service is being held to
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remember the life of jim math ton. he was off duty and unarmed at the time. mathieson was trying to convince a man to leave. the man was the woman's ex-girlfriend. hall learn killed mathieson. i spoke to the lieutenant. he said domestic violence cases present the highest risk and it break as streak in marin county. the deputy is the first to be gunned down since the late 1800's. memorial service starts at 11 a.m. tonight in oakland family members and friends will hold a vigil for the good samaritan known as brother john. he was shot and killed while serving food to the homeless in
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east oakland. jade hernandez has more on the emotional reaction. jade? >> reporter: she's speaking out. this morning we're live in the industrial area where this happened. it's a quiet area. you can see the doors, gates opened. this little memorial has been set up for that 29-year-old good samaritan who was dunned down. >> my husband was true pioneer in the community. he was a very caring and selfless giving man. >> reporter: paris powell's wife wanted to us call her lollly. show still has a bullet lodged in her. her husband paris powell was known as brother john. paris, lollly and their two children were making nightly rounds feeding the homeless as they usually do when -- >> they're a bunch of cowards.
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took an innocent person's life who was serving the community, serving god. >> reporter: we are live here along 47th avenue. a vigil for her husband is scheduled tonight at 8:30. you can see it across the street. the oakland police chief and the city's mayor called this deadly shooting senseless. no arrests have been made. the 29-year-old had no ties to gangs and no criminal history. reporting live in oakland, jade hernandez. thank you. an argument in union city that involved at least 20 people is now blamed for a shooting yesterday. this happened on 4th street near d street, an 18-year-old was shot. the injuries are
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nonlife-threatening. police arrested several people. this morning a judge in marin county will decide if accused serial killer joseph nato should get public money for his defense. he said he can't find a private lawyer who will agree to work for treatment of however he has about $1 million in liquid assets. he made a lot of money during his years as a freelance photographer. family and friends of the two uc grads held in iran will' tend a court hearing. they are due back in court for a hearing. the cleave prosecutor said a final decision could be made at sunday's hearing. california is anding a program to eradicate illegal
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marijuana. over the past 28 years this campaign of marijuana planting has cut down more than 0 million illegal plants. the program be eliminated because of budget cuts. recent raids have targeted pot fields near ?or ?orp and -- santa rosa and gilroy. you can see the s.w.a.t. team searching the maraga area. it's not clear if the two are connected. a fund-raising car wash is scheduled tomorrow for messing nursing student michelle le. le was last seen two months ago at the hayward kaiser hospital. proceeds are going to be dloap nateed toed reward fund which
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currently stands at $100,000. by the end of this year, the population on this earth will reach 7 billion accords to science magazine. most will take place in developing countries. it also says foorksd water, housing and energy will be hard to come by. the population on earth has drone a lot in recent years. it was just in 1999 that the worldwide population reached 6 billion. happening right now, moab in washington -- you see him here. this is live. he's announce the next round of fuel efficiency standards for cars. >> we've got to make serious spending cuts while still investing in our future, while still investing in education, research, clean energy, which is so important for our economy.
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finally, this agreement ought to serve as a final lesson for leaders in washington. this agreement was arrived at without legislation. you are all demonstrating what can happen when people put aside differences. these folks are competitors. you've got labor and business but they decided we're going to work together to achieve something important and lasting for the country. [ applause ] >> we've been listening live to president obama talking about new fuel efficiency standards. now those standards call for 54.5 miles an hour by the year 205 and furgt restrict tail pipe emissions. bay area roads are among the worst in the country.
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the region's overall infrastructure ranks average with a grade of d plus. aviation received the best local grade, and that was a b which the group considers low acceptable. engineers say the bay area needs $2.8 billion in improvements. >> hey, sal, what kind of grade do you give the morning commute. let's take a look at 280. it's improving near the saratoga exit. it's on the shoulder. traffic was backed up. it's still kind of slow. it's mixing in. 17 looks pretty good coming on down the hill. picture this 880, not stop and go. if are a driving in hayward, you will see slow traffic.
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let's go to hayward via our map system. you can see traffic is going to be moderate here there. was an earlier crash near alvarado niles. traffic will be slow. southbound 680, the traffic was slow because of an earlier accident. let's go to steve. all right. a couple of great tweets coming in. david alexander said, steve, it's foggy, misty but no wind at all. there's no difference on the pressure. it just howls. that's what's happening for some. if you're not in the fog it could be windy. for others, a gray morning. so you have some weather
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information, sp weather. sunny and breezy. low and high clouds for saturday. sunday they will be gone. the high pressure system will produce thunderstorms in the sierra. fog, sun, breezy. so warm in the middle of the week. and look at that early in the morning, kabooming beginning to fire up. those will go along the crest of the see era. for us some of those higher clouds might make it towards the east. there's a big fog bank. it's been that kind of a year. you can usually tell. you get a good indication. we haven't had much heat in the valley. the fog, it forms rapidly. 50s and 60s. you can see. it north bay last two days had a lot of low clouds. they've been running near average. there have been gusts up to 30.
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a north wind at san jose. that's a chorale direction for them. big, big thunderstorm complex right along that western edge coming up around that high. also down in southern california or los angeles. for us we're dealing with the fog. the high built in, put on the brakes and here this goes. the weak system will develop, so the fog increases. it lifts. also, that sea breeze moves. 1500, 2,000 feet, much cooler today. that's going to translate down to the surface. so probably sunday, monday. 70s and 80s for many. low 90s for some but a breeze. san leandro 62. san jose 82. fremont 78. pacific ca and d.c., 69.
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a stable pattern. night and morning fog, with cooler temperatures inland by next week. who the san francisco giants are flying in to help. an argument between japan and south korea, why protesters burned the pictures of japanese lawmakers. plus how money raised ended up in the hands of thieves. ♪
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good morning. we have low clouds. 80s, low 90s but a lot of fog and mist. rising tensions this morning between south korea and japan. in seoul, south korea, protesters pick thed the jap -- picketed embassy and stomped on the pictures of japanese leaders and burned them. south korea controls several hours in the south of japan. iran says it's too early to tell if rebels blew up a very important gas line. that explosion halted all gals shipments between iran and turkey. no injuries have been reported.
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kurdish sep praytivities have sabotaged pipelines between iran and iraq. in his manifest toe anders breivik claims he bought 10 clips from an american supplier. meanwhile, thousands in oslo are holding services today. authorities announced all 76 victims. a woman described by her neighbors as strange is behind bars on terrorist charges. hannah shiner made threats on a flight from london to philadelphia. they also said she made a number of reference topts 9/11 attacks and supported osama bin laden. one neighbor said she would often talk to herself. four to six weeks ago she was in her front yard yelling,
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they got what they deserved on 9/11. she was arraigned in philadelphia yesterday. a judge ordered a psychiatric, drug and alcohol evaluation. >> oracle said a former executive is accused of stealing trade secrets. hp claims jonesdown load emails and file that is contained hp secrets before he quit the company. well, this morning president obama, and you heard him here live, urged lawmakers to come up with a bipartisan solution. coming up at 8:30 we'll have a report from our washington, d.c.
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news rom with -- room with the latest. a petty theft at a walmart store is causing outrage. someone ran off with a donation jar full of cash at the store in overland park. it was supposed to help those who lost everything in joplin, missouri. >> this really hurt me. it's not that they took hour money. it's how people can take from people had have been through and lost everything in their lives. >> there was about $250 crammed in the jar but a surveillance video took a picture of the thief. there he s they hope he and the getaway driver will be found. it's an event you can smell miles away, the annual gilroy festival. it starts this morning with lots
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of cooking demonstrations, live entertainment and food made with garlic. they will donate a quarter million dollars to charities. it starts at 10:00 at christmas hill park. the giants could soon have a hired dunn to get rid of those annoying eagles. the team will bring in falcons. they flock to eat the left overpopcorn, pizza and garr leck fries. carlos beltran was hitless last neat but the giants still pete the phillies 4-1 thanks to tim lincecum. there's a new estate law
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time is running out for students in california not yet vaccinated for whooping cough. they have to prove they have received the shot before starting class. the santa clara health department is now holding frep clinics for kids. it's really important to protect both the child who's getting vaccinated and younger children, especially babies at the highest risk of infection. >> last year 10 infants died from whooping cough. >> the santa clara health department will hold four more free clinics next month. you can find more information at just look at the web link section. team now 8:25. officials in galveston, texas, getting ready for tropical storm don.
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it is expected late today or early tomorrow. right now it's over the central duffel of mexico. it will weaken as it gets closer to texas. residents should still be ready. tropical storm don may dump three to five inches of rain in and around galveston, which actually is good news. it's or than 90% of texas is dealing with a drought. let's check in with sal. no drought. >> not really. we had traffic increasing in the last half hour as you hit the roads. there's an earlier crash on interestate 280 near saratoga. that was cleared about a half hour ago. now we have slow traffic. i think 101 meet be better this morning for a driving into san jose, better getting up to sunny
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vail. 237 has slow traffic. it was light earlier, uncharacteristically slight. on the until i metz freeway we see lighter conditions. you will see some slowing. it's not as bad as it is the other four days of the workweek. will the's go to steve. >> a big fog bank. there was a cap on it the last couple of days. that's kind of cool shot. there's mist and drizzle closer to the coast. looks like the coast will stay in the get eximent inland temps in the low 60s. we had mid to upper 60s. when santa rosa gets gusts, that's a cooler pattern. inland temps will come down unless are a really protected.
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for everyone else looks like a cooler daying. cooler inland. and there have been gusts from cordelia to fairfield of 30 miles an hour, 50s, 60s. 70s, low 80s to mid-80s. looks like higher clouds, partly cloudy. then we settle into a similar pattern for the first week of august. >> president obama talked to the nation just an hour ago. make a phone call, send an. maicialtion tweet. keep the pressure on washington and we can get past this. >> the president wants the american people to help solve the national debt crises as the clock techs closer to the deadline. >> a new decision about bikes on bart. not everyone is happy about
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this. >> trouble on the ball field. things get downright ugly at a little girl's softball game.
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welcome back. this morning president obama urged republicans and democrats to work out a bipartisan plan and solve the national debt limit crisis. alison burns has the latest. >> it was a stinging setback for house speak per john boehner when he couldn't muster enough votes for his plan he will be moving ahead with a vote today
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op an even -- on an even more partisan plan that has no chance of passing the senate. president obama calledded on both sides to reach a compromise and called on people to twoat or email their congress members to step up the pressure. >> there are things we can't control, earthquakes, terror attacks. this isn't one of those crises. the power to shovel this is in our hands. >> reporter: insiders say boehner is adding a balanced budget remember the to the plan and he will move it to a vote later today. meanwhile senate majority leader harry reid said he is moving ahead with his on plan to raise the debt limit through the next presidential election. president obama remind both
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houses of congress this morning that time is running out before tuesday's dead lien. reporting live from washington, d.c.,ally sons burns, ktvu, channel 2 news. a search is underway in a small new hampshire town looking for celine na cass. family members and friends said she with have never run away and there's no seen of a struggle in the house. hundreds of investigators are looking. >> selena we want you to know that the entire community is dog everything possible to preening you home. >> she was reported missing tuesday morning but an amber alert was never issued. new hampshire amber alerts are normally reserved for cases
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where a kidnapping is obvious. >> advocates for medical marijuana are fuming over a new regulation. users can only belong to one dispense rip. authorities would be able to determine if the person is a legitimate patients. some may get wrongly arrested. it's unclear when those proposed regulations would go into effect. the future of the north bay's petaluma sun clear after the owner defaulted on the loan. the building is on washing stron street near petaluma boulevard and the whom of 100 residences and business's. they've been told their rent and less will not change but some are worried. the owner is being sued by the bank. an update on a story we've been following for several months. thal mode da fire department --
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the alameda fire department warred about taking away the program many on may 30th a man took his own life after wading into the warts off of crown beach. firefighters didn't save hem because they didn't have the prop ter certification. well, sheriff's deputies in the central valley will finish chopping down a 50 an accident per marijuana farm today. authorities raided the farm yesterday. this is in sanger, about 20 minutes outside of fresno. this is being called one of the largest marijuana farms ever found in the central valley. at least 50 people have been arrested so far. this farm is reportedly tide to a drug trafficking cartel. that grow site is less than a mile away from an elementary school. a santa rosa man is in jail this morning accused of sexual assaulting a 5-year-old and possessing child pornography. police apressed 28-year-old josh
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zara july 22. zara worked as a computer technician and also worked as a children's summer camp. the camp directtor said no children from the camp are among the victims. a twin hills official said he has no knowledge of any victims at the school. exterminators in one southern california city will have the did ahead to shoot coyotes. the animals killed two dogs this week. the whale we've been watching is showing a small sign of improvement. the female gray whale has been in the oregon border for about a month. white spots on her skin, that's a fungus, those appear to be fading. there's nothing for her to heat in the river. wildlife experts hope the mother
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will do the seam. niagara falls may go back to its daredevil past if a person wins the right to do an act. nick wolinda wants to go across niagara falls on a tight rope. supporters say this will boost tourism. some worry it could end new a tragedy like this one. this was 1985. his parachute never opened. lawmakers approved a one time ban. so far, governor ciewm -- cuomo has not signed. 100 people were caught in rip currents. the lifeguards say three rip currents converged yesterday afternoon. they had to rescue about 26 people. the rest made it to the shore safely. none of them needed medical
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attention. a wild scene at a girl's softball game in connecticut and the coach is now in trouble. this all happened at a girl's soft ballgame. the umpire said the assistant coach, who is also the father of one of the 10-year-old players punched him in the face over what he said was a bad call is. >> he punched more or hit me in the face or the chin. >> he hit you square on the cline. >> yes. he said the coach's wifes will got into the action and both parents are facing charges for breach of peace. bart riders, you won't be able to bring your bikes onto trains during rush hour. bart rejected the idea saying there was not enough room to accommodate it. bike riders can still bring their bikes on to the last collar during normal hours. the san francisco bicycle coalition said bart will miss out on new riders and increased
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revenue because of that decision. let's go back out to sal castaneda. you gave it a c grade. there's one freeway that's closed. northbound 280 at care toe gap and the accident cleared. then what happened, it mixed in with what we normally see and made it slower. this will not clear up until after 9:00. they kind of sneak in at the commute. this is typical really. 8345 is slow in -- 85 is slow in the valley. 101 is better if you're trying to get to sunny vale. 24 has been good. the surprising thing is after you get past the walnut creek interchange it does look good
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down the san a moment on 80 westbound this looks pretty good. the light bay plays disa. moderately heavy. therein on the peninsula doing nicely. let's go to steve. a bigger fog bank because it's been lifted up, helped along by another weak system moving. high pressure came in kind of it squashed it for a couple days. the coast never got that much sun. they stayed in the 60s. inland temps, they're rocking it up. you have to be protected from any fog. that would be mendocino county, lake county. even fairfield has a pretty good looking sea breeze. 50s and 60s. some of these temperatures are stuck. if you have the cloud cover, it could be mist or drizzle making a friday appearance. some of the wind tails in the
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fog. right now it's mainly on shore. it's going all the way out to the delta. if you have travel plans it's going to be a windy pattern. also some thunderstorms have been erupting along the crest of the sierra and moving north. so thunderstorms, yosemite, truckee possible. cooler inland temps and a lot more 80s. highs way out there. you can get 10-day 90s. santa cruz usually gets the sun. it has been having a tough go of it, still staying in the 60s. then night morning, breezy, high, 60s and 80s inland. overnight in afghanistan 18 civilians were killed in a
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roadside bomb in the southern province insurgent fired at them but no police men were hurt. violence in afghanistan is up 15% so far this year. the commander of libya's army was assassinated in benghazi. the general had served as interior minister until february. hoe then defected to the rebel movement. it's not clear if government troop the killed him or if he was killed as part of the power struggle. those in poland said they know what killed that country's president. can you smell the garlic? there it is. gourmet alley is already heating up. drivers on the bay bridge may have noticed them.
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coming up, we'll tell you about the new temporary addition and how this will help with construction. mornings on 2 continues after the break.
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the dow is down.
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stocks plunged early on because there's that dismal report. you watch the -- watched the president live. things were covered. the nasdaq is up. the commerce had worse that expected news on growth. the commerce department revised the first quarter numbers to 4 4/10ths. today lieutenant governor gavin newsom will unveil his plan for helping to boost california out of its slump. he will base it on something silicon valley has done for years. one focus is expanding exports.
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california is one of 15 states that does not have an export agency. let's bring you up to date on some of the top stories. this morning president obama called on democrats and republicans in congress to come up with a bipartisan solution to the debt didn't -- debt ceiling crisis and called on the american people to pressure lawmakers. many will pay their respect to deputy jim mathieson. his funeral is set for 11:00 in marin county. he was off duty when he was shot. a firefighter suffered a minor injury, battling a fire. it started here a couple hours ago at a warehouse at 30th and adeline. the bay bridge project is
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moving right along. there will soon be a new addition. we go live in emoryville with the details of the newest catwalk being installed. >> reporter: whether you've been driving across the bay bridge or watched it, chances are you noticed these catwalks, the orange reddish strips hanging from the new bay bridge tower. three are already in place. caltrans is supposed to stall the fourth and final one in the next two weeks. workers will have to walk on these strips. they will be attached to the catwalks with safety harnesses. they will be dog their work -- doing their work at 500 feet in the air and in some spots at a
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35-degree englishle -- angle. the work of stringing the cable will start later this year and will take a year to complete. drivers will see them stringing that cable along. the bridge is supposed to be complete in about two years. >> thank you. there's word from poland on what caused two crashes. they blame government breakdown as well as pilot area. the crash killed the president of poland and 95 other people. the defense minister resigned two hours ago because of this damaging report. investigators accused russian air traffic control of giving incorrect landing instructions
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to the pilots. french authorities released a final report about the tween crash of it an hair france -- air france jet. 20 people died when the plane went down. the report is blaming pilot error and unreliable equipment. an awol soldier facing a court mar -- martial has admitted to planning an attack. they believe he was planning to set them off outside the base. abdo went missing after he was rec meanted for a court marshal.
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san gwen tin has released the name of the person who was crushed at the prison on wednesday morning. he was rescued in the prison fire department. the man is serving a seven-year term. a new report shows the federal aviation administration continues to give pilot licenses to people suspected of having terrorist connections. the faa was supposed to go through the list of licensed pilots, mechanics and flight dispatchers, looking for home who might be linked to terror groups. the new report found 27 people who should not have been issued licenses. the licenses have been canceled. the former astronaut who pleaded guilty to assaulting romantic rival has been pushed out of her
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current job. the panel said lisa they back should get a discharge listed other than honorable. in twef nowak drove from houston, texas to orlando to confront a woman who was dating her former boyfriend. the family of singer amy winehouse said they have a theory of how she died. they said she tried to stop drinking too fast. a british tabloid said a doctor told winehouse to gradually stop drinking but the family said she went cold turkey. sudden alcohol detox can trigger possibly fatal seizures. new this morning president announced new fuel efficiency starnsd. the president said besides saving consumers on garks the new standards will help reduce
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u.s. dep pens on foreign -- depend dense on foreign oil. >> this will reduce our dependence on foreign oil. >> this morning the president said lawmakers in congress could learn a lot from the automakers on how to work together. the growing antioch charter school is close to finding a new home. the ramp charter academy is working with the antioch school. it will be ramped the third in many years. the charter school's executive director will sign the lease today. would you believe the annual pow go stick competition is
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happening now in southern california. >> one, two, three, four, five -- >> got turned around. that contestant set a new record with the most con is being cuetive front flips. another one did 12 back flips. the come petition continues tomorrow with a high jump event. the pogo competition is in its eighth year. a california man found a huge amount of money, but did he keep it?
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you're going to need a mon tan of cash to go to the burning manifest val. tickets have sold out for the first time in 25 years. that is causing a high stakes bidding war. one scalper is asking $10,000 for a $360 ticket. tickets on stub hub are doing for at least $1200 a piece. a good samaritan in stanislaus county said he is feeling good about returning $15,000 to a person. he went to the bank to make a deposit when he found that
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bundle of money. >> i was shocked. i've been blessed with so much. i wanted to give this back to somebody who earned it hard. >> he said it was never a temptation to take the money saying his parents and religion taught him about honesty and hard work. dave, can we take it to the bridge? >> we can take it to the bridge. >> you can come too, claudine wong. westbound to the san mateo bridge and over to 101. traffic is doing well. steve. inland, sunny, warm. it will be hot. it looks like some of the fog, low clouds and hee clouds back to sunday, monday, tuesday. foggy on the coast.
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>> then drive inland. >> right. >> all right. thanks, steve. that is going to do it for us on mornings on 2. have a great friday, everyone. ñy
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